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1 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND TOURISM JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER INTRODUCTION This issue of the Economic and Social Indicators presents data on International Travel and Tourism for the first nine months of A brief on the compilation of these statistics is given at Annex I and a glossary of terms at Annex II. 2. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Arrivals by Passenger traffic, January-September 2013 and 2014 January- September 2013 January- September 2014 % change Air 912, , Sea 23,005 21, of which Cruise travellers 16,290 19, Total 935, , Departures by Air 943, , Sea 25,087 22, Total 968,328 1,014, Arrivals in January to September 2014 Compared to January to September 2013: total arrivals increased by 5.2% to 983,720; tourist arrivals increased by 4.5% to 725,623; and the number of excursionists (arriving and leaving on the same day) rose by 27.7% to 21,217. In the first nine months of 2014, 13 cruise ships arrived in the country and carried some 19,702 cruise travellers made up of 1,927 tourists, 10,889 excursionists and 6,886 crew members. 2.2 Departures in January to September 2014 Compared to January to September 2013, total departures increased by 4.8% to 1,014,364; departures of Mauritian residents increased by 2.3% to 190,796.

2 2 In the first nine months of 2014, the main countries of disembarkation (country of final destination or transit country) for Mauritian residents were United Arab Emirates (39,497 or 20.7%), Reunion Island (27,627 or 14.5%), France (27,058 or 14.2%), Republic of South Africa (20,469 or 10.7%), India (16,685 or 8.7%) and United Kingdom (15,206 or 8.0%). Figure 1 - Mauritian departures by main country of disembarkation, January-September 2013 and January-September 2014 Number of departures 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Jan-Sep 2013 Jan-Sep 2014 UAE Reunion France South Africa India UK Country of disembarkation 3. TOURISM Figure 2 - % change in main tourism indicators, January-September 2014 compared to January-September % Change Tourist Arrivals Tourist Nights Tourism Earnings (Rs million) Tourism earnings per tourist (Rs) % Change Jan-Sep 2014/Jan-Sep January -September ,623 7,856,000 32,232 44,400 January -September ,443 7,431,000 29,105 41,900

3 3 3.1 Tourist Arrivals Compared to first nine months of 2013, the number of tourist arrivals increased by 31,180 or 4.5% to 725,623 in January to September 2014 as a result of main changes shown below. Figure 3 - Main changes in tourist arrivals by selected country of residence, January-September 2013 to January-September 2014 China + 20,226 UK + 9,718 India + 1,594 Germany + 1,557 South Africa - 1,269 Australia - 1,296 Russian Fed. - 1,337 France - 3,995 In spite of a decrease of 2.4%, France remained the top tourist generating country and contributed 21.9% of all tourist arrivals in January to September Figure 4 - Tourist Arrivals from main and emerging markets, January-September 2013 and 2014 Number of tourists 170, , , , , , , ,000 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 Jan-Sep 2013 Jan-Sep 2014 France Reunion United Kingdom South Africa P. Rep. of China India Germany Italy Switzerland Russian Fed. Country of Residence 3.2 Tourist arrivals in Mauritius compared to selected tourist destinations During the first nine months of 2014, Mauritius registered an increase of 4.5% in tourist arrivals while Sri Lanka and Maldives registered high growths of 22.4% and 9.9% respectively. Seychelles, on the other hand, experienced a decline of 0.9%.

4 4 Figure 5 -Tourist Arrivals for Mauritius, Maldives, Sri Lanka & Seychelles, January-September 2013 & ,200,000 Number of tourists 1,000, , , , ,000 0 Mauritius Maldives Sri Lanka Seychelles Jan-Sep , , , ,995 Jan-Sep , ,004 1,107, ,436 % change Source :Maldives Statistics section - Ministry of Tourism Arts & Culture; Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority; Seychelles National Bureau of Statistics 3.3 Tourist Nights Compared to January to September 2013, the number of nights spent by tourists increased by 5.7% from 7,431,000 to 7,857,000; the average length of stay increased from 10.7 to 10.8 nights. 3.4 Tourism Earnings According to the Bank of Mauritius, gross tourism earnings increased by 10.7% from Rs 29,105 million in January to September 2013 to Rs 32,232 million in January to September Tourism earnings per tourist increased by 6.0% from Rs 41,900 to Rs 44,400 due to an increase of 4.5% in the number of tourists. 3.5 Employment Employment data for the tourism sector as obtained from the Survey of Employment and Earnings relate to employment in restaurants, hotels and, travel and tourism establishments with 10 or more workers. Latest available data for March 2014 indicate that employment in these establishments slightly increased by 0.6% to 28, Accommodation Licensed hotels in the island of Mauritius As at end of September 2014, there were 115 licensed hotels of which 108 were in operation and 7 were not operating due to renovation works. The total room capacity of the 108 operating hotels was 12,481 with 25,620 bed places. During the first nine months of 2014, the room occupancy rate of all licensed hotels in operation averaged 62%, up from 59% in the first nine months of 2013; and the bed occupancy rate was 55%, higher than 52% in the first nine months of 2013.

5 5 Large hotels in the island of Mauritius At the end of September 2014, 52 large hotels (i.e. well-established beach hotels with more than 80 rooms) were in operation; they had a total room capacity of 9,425 with 19,498 bed places. These large hotels represent 48% of all licensed hotels in operation but make up 76% of both total room capacity and total bed places. During the first nine months of 2014, the room occupancy rate of large hotels was 64% up from 61% in the first nine months of 2013; the bed occupancy rate was 57%, higher than 54% in the same period of Forecast Year 2014 Based on latest available data on tourist arrivals and information gathered from stakeholders, the forecast of tourist arrivals for year 2014 is revised upwards from 1,030,000 to 1,040,000. This represents an increase of 4.7% over the figure of 993,106 in The forecast number of tourists for 2015 is around 1,100,000. The Bank of Mauritius has revised its forecast of tourism earnings for the year 2014 from Rs 44,500 million to Rs 45,000 million, representing an increase of 11% compared to Rs 40,557 million in For year 2015, tourism earnings are forecasted at around Rs 50,000 million. Statistics Mauritius Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Port Louis 26 November 2014 Contact persons Mr. E.Romjon, Senior Statistical Officer & Mrs. T. Joomun, Senior Statistical Officer Ministry of Tourism and Leisure 3 rd Floor, Victoria House, Port Louis Tel: (230) , Fax: (230)

6 6 LIST OF TABLES Table Description Page 1 Passenger Traffic by month, Departure of Mauritian residents by country of disembarkation, January - September 2013 and Tourist arrivals by month, Tourist arrivals by main purpose of visit, January - September 2013 and Tourist arrivals by country of residence, January - September 2013 and Tourist arrivals, nights, average length of stay and earnings, Hotels, rooms and bedplaces, Monthly occupancy rates (%) for All hotels and "Large" hotels, Employment in the tourism industry as at end of March, ANNEX I II Compilation of passenger traffic statistics Glossary of terms

7 7 Table 1:- Passenger Traffic 1 by month, Month Arrivals Departures Arrivals Departures Arrivals Departures January 132, , , , , ,573 February 105, , , , , ,632 March 106, , , , , ,473 1st Quarter 345, , , , , ,678 April 109, , , , , ,588 May 92, ,829 97, , , ,665 June 77,955 75,456 79,653 76,918 86,684 86,225 2nd Quarter 280, , , , , ,478 1st Semester 625, , , , , ,156 July 105,542 94, ,351 95, ,006 98,420 August 93, , , , , ,442 September 89,426 90,724 96,690 97, ,387 99,346 3rd Quarter 288, , , , , ,208 Jan. to Sep. 914, , , , ,720 1,014,364 October 113, , , ,555 November 110, , , ,141 December 148, , , ,681 4th Quarter 372, , , ,377 2nd Semester 660, , , ,139 Whole Year 1,286,844 1,286,091 1,321,447 1,320,705 1 Excluding inter island traffic between the main island of Mauritius and the other constituent islands of the Republic of Mauritius 2 Provisional

8 8 Table 2:- Departure of Mauritian residents by country of disembarkation 1, January - September 2013 and 2014 Country of disembarkation % Change EUROPE 48,443 45, France 28,248 27, Germany 1,524 1, Italy 2,044 1, United Kingdom 16,546 15, Other European AFRICA 61,413 62, Malagasy Republic 8,016 8, Reunion 28,342 27, Seychelles 3,482 3, South Africa 18,753 20, Other African 2,820 2, ASIA 69,921 76, P. Rep. of China 2,344 3, Hong Kong SAR 3 6,557 5, India 17,804 16, Malaysia 6,582 9, Singapore 5,269 1, United Arab Emirates 31,226 39, Other Asian OCEANIA 6,774 6, Australia 6,774 6, NOT STATED All Countries 186, , Country of disembarkation may either be the country of final destination or the transit country 2 Provisional 3 Special Administrative Region of China

9 9 Table 3:- Tourist arrivals by month, Month January 98,837 92,894 96,332 February 79,331 81,185 78,984 March 83,827 91,759 87,977 1st Quarter 261, , ,293 April 79,137 76,223 88,404 May 71,396 74,596 78,555 June 54,625 55,007 60,445 2nd Quarter 205, , ,404 1st Semester 467, , ,697 July 76,166 77,374 81,935 August 65,896 73,454 78,475 September 66,369 71,951 74,516 3rd Quarter 208, , ,926 Jan. to Sep. 675, , ,623 October 89,994 92,520 November 84,398 89,057 December 115, ,086 4th Quarter 289, ,663 2nd Semester 498, ,442 Whole Year 965, ,106 1 Provisional Table 4:- Tourist arrivals by main purpose of visit, January - September 2013 and 2014 Purpose of visit % Change Holiday 642, , Business 27,628 27, Transit 16,591 16, Conference 5,167 3, Sports 1,385 1, Other 1,295 1, Total 694, , Provisional

10 Table 5 :- Tourist Arrivals by Country of Residence, January - September 2013 and 2014 Country of residence Jan - Sep 2013 Jan -Sep Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jan - Sep % Change Jan-Sep 2013 / Jan-Sep 2014 EUROPE 374,540 50,548 51,339 49,808 53,809 35,420 25,371 38,110 39,201 41, , Austria 5,360 1,132 1, , Belgium 8, , , , France 163,232 24,274 26,149 24,605 22,012 14,295 7,517 14,822 14,643 10, , Germany 41,934 4,871 5,147 6,191 5,908 4,177 3,384 2,943 4,270 6,600 43, Italy 22,011 2,891 2,204 2,246 3,570 1,413 1,566 1,645 2,586 2,863 20, Netherlands 3, , Spain 6, ,000 1,143 1,253 6, Sweden 2, , Switzerland 16,756 2,571 2,399 2,138 3,594 1, , ,042 17, United Kingdom 72,043 6,271 6,751 6,925 10,471 9,019 7,705 10,432 11,587 12,600 81, CIS 2 13,227 3,362 1,325 2,025 1,606 1, , of which: Russian Federation 10,521 2, ,515 1, , Czech Republic 3, , , Denmark 2, , Luxemburg Norway 2, , Other European 10,964 1,953 2,265 1,758 1,642 1,016 1,055 1,229 1,124 1,333 13, AFRICA 195,213 29,504 11,819 23,892 19,728 24,790 16,883 26,354 23,434 17, , Comoros Kenya 2, , Malagasy Rep. 10, , , ,014 1,667 1,020 9, Reunion 101,029 20,817 5,094 13,846 7,039 15,005 6,589 15,880 11,129 5, , Seychelles 5, , South Africa 65,530 6,160 4,188 7,286 9,068 6,460 6,840 7,689 7,831 8,739 64, Zimbabwe 1, , Other African 9, ,247 1,309 1, , , Provisional 2 Commonwealth of Independent States (Ex Soviet Union Countries) 3 Special Administrative Region of China

11 Table 5 (cont'd.) :- Tourist Arrivals by Country of Residence, January - September 2013 and 2014 Country of residence Jan - Sep 2013 Jan- Sep Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jan - Sep % Change Jan-Sep 2013 / Jan-Sep 2014 ASIA 98,550 13,096 13,940 11,776 11,391 15,456 15,534 14,154 13,404 12, , Hong Kong SAR 3 1, , India 43,376 4,259 5,100 4,022 4,150 7,929 7,713 4,513 3,651 3,633 44, Japan 1, , Korea Republic 1, , Malaysia 2, , P. Rep. of China 30,419 6,706 6,831 4,496 4,282 4,650 4,973 6,574 6,365 5,768 50, Singapore 1, , United Arab Emirates 6, , , Other Asian 10,611 1, ,753 1, ,097 1,085 1,622 1,611 11, OCEANIA 14,360 1, ,119 1,191 1,458 2,011 1,555 1,921 13, Australia 13,711 1, ,013 1,118 1,366 1,905 1,488 1,788 12, Other Oceanian AMERICA 11,107 1,772 1,092 1,558 1,298 1,640 1,149 1, ,068 11, USA 4, , Canada 3, , Brazil 2, , Other American 1, , OTHER & N.STATED All Countries 694,443 96,332 78,984 87,977 88,404 78,555 60,445 81,935 78,475 74, , Provisional 2 Commonwealth of Independent States (Ex Soviet Union Countries) 3 Special Administrative Region of China

12 12 Table 6:- Tourist arrivals, nights, average length of stay and earnings, Year Tourist arrivals (Number) Tourist nights (000) Average Length of stay Tourism earnings 3 (Rs million) 2011 Januuary - September 674,383 6, ,149 Year 964,642 10, , January - September 675,584 7, ,954 Year 965,441 10, , January - September 694,443 7, ,105 Year 993,106 10, , January - September 725,623 7, ,232 1 Revised 2 Provisional 3 Source: Bank of Mauritius Table 7:- Hotels, rooms and bedplaces, Number as at end of period Year Hotels 1 Rooms Bedplaces st Qr ,082 24,664 2nd Qr ,999 24,493 3rd Qr ,816 24,018 4th Qr ,925 24, st Qr ,027 24,446 2nd Qr ,822 24,089 3rd Qr ,715 23,899 4th Qr ,527 25, st Qr ,676 25,887 2nd Qr ,977 24,438 3rd Qr ,866 24,085 4th Qr ,376 25, st Qr ,653 25,652 2nd Qr ,307 25,308 3rd Qr ,481 25,620 1 Refers to hotels in the island of Mauritius which were operational 2 Provisional 3 Excluding seven hotels not operational because of renovation works

13 Table 8:- Monthly Occupancy Rates (%) for All Hotels and "Large" Hotels, All Hotels "Large" Hotels Month Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed January February March st Quarter April May June nd Quarter July August September rd Quarter October November December th Quarter Year Provisional Table 9:- Employment in large 1 establishments of the tourism industry as at end of March, Year Establishments Restaurants , , , , ,406 Hotels 21,255 21,815 22,166 22,244 22,452 Travel and Tourism 3,850 4,052 3,896 3,787 3,726 Total 27,442 28,129 28,402 28,419 28,584 1 Large establishments are those employing 10 or more persons. Source: Survey of Employment and Earnings in large Establishments 2 Revised 3 Provisional

14 ANNEX I Sources of data COMPILATION OF PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS The main source of data for the compilation of passenger traffic statistics is the Passport and Immigration Office, which maintains a database of all travellers entering and leaving the country. The data are collected from the passport of travellers, disembarkation cards filled in by non-residents and questions put to non-residents entering the country. At the end of every month, the electronic database of passenger traffic for that particular month is downloaded and supplied to the statistics unit of the Ministry of Tourism and Leisure within fifteen days. Additional data on cruises are obtained from the Mauritius Ports Authority. Tourism earnings The Bank of Mauritius is responsible for the estimation of tourism earnings based on monthly statements of Inward and Outward Remittances of Commercial Banks. Monthly Occupancy Rates All hotels are contacted by phone at the end of every month for data on room/bed nights available and rented during the month for the calculation of room and bed occupancy rates. Short-term projections of tourist arrivals A Tourism Statistics Committee grouping various stakeholders of the tourism industry meet regularly under the chairmanship of Statistics Mauritius to discuss performance of the tourism sector and to provide information for short-term forecast of tourist arrivals. Publications The regular publications of the unit are: (i) Monthly tourist arrivals (by mid of each month) (ii) Quarterly Economic and Social Indicators on International Travel and Tourism (with a lag of seven weeks) (iii) Quarterly tourism statistics (Pamphlet) (iv) Digest of International Travel and Tourism (v) Handbook of statistical data on tourism (vi) Report of the Survey of Inbound and Outbound Tourism

15 ANNEX II GLOSSARY OF TERMS 1. Tourist A tourist is defined as a non-resident staying overnight but less than a year, and who has no employer-employee relationship with a resident. 2. Transit A transit passenger is one who stops over in the country for flight connections to other destinations. There are two types of transit passengers: Type I: Passengers who do not leave the transit area of the airport or the harbour. Type II: Passengers who do leave the airport or harbour and stay in the country overnight but only for flight connection purposes. Only Type II transit passengers, as defined above, are included in the definition of Tourists. 3. Excursionist or Same-day Visitor Excursionists are non-resident visitors, other than those who do not leave the airport, who depart on the same day they arrived. 4. Tourist Nights "Tourist nights" for year Y refer to nights spent by tourists arriving in year Y. 5. Large Hotels Large hotels are well established beach hotels with more than 80 rooms. 6. Occupancy rate 7. CIS The room/bed occupancy rate is the ratio of room/bed nights rented to the total number of room/bed nights available. = Total number of room/bed nights rented x 100 Total number of room/bed nights available CIS denotes the Commonwealth of Independent States. It consists of the States of the former Soviet Union.

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